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Margaret Bacon

I consider myself very fortunate to have lived in and continue to be inspired by the very beautiful Norfolk/Suffolk countryside, its scenery and wildlife.

Alongside juggling a career spanning over 40 years, I managed to study embroidery and textiles part-time, gaining City and Guilds qualifications.   I was fortunate in gaining a place at the Norwich University of the arts, to study textile design, finally  graduating in 2016.  From then on I commenced my ‘second career’ working from my home studio. 


I work with a diverse range of  mixed media and  textile techniques, including hand stitch, free machine embroidery, applique, wet and dry felting, dyeing,  and  eco.printing. with special emphasis on creating  appropriate textures.  Birds and animals feature highly in the  designs.  Other materials included in my stitch work have been the use of wood and metal.


Examples of my work can be seen at the Earsham Hall Gallery.

Annual exhibitions can be seen alongside  my husband Roger’s sculptures in Woodbridge and Snape Maltings.

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